Associated Press: Wolf hybrids: Dangerous or just misunderstood?
Wolf hybrids, animals that are a cross between wolves and dogs, are growing in popularity. However, 40 states effectively forbid the ownership, breeding and importation of wolf dogs, while others impose some form of regulation upon ownership, according to the Illinois-based National Wolfdog Alliance.
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Wolf-coyote hybrids were revealed by the new book "Wild New Jersey: Nature Adventures in the Garden State" to be present in New Jersey and across New England thanks to the pioneering studies of scientist Jon Way. But wolf-dog hybrids are now gaining attention in Maine.
Wolf hybrids, animals that are a cross between wolves and dogs, will vanish from Maine over time if a new state law works as designed.